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- Singular Plural Noun
- Countable and Uncountable Noun
- Collective Noun
Singular Plural Noun
Noun Singular (singular) is the object which amounted to one, while Plural Noun (plural noun) is the object of more than one (two or more).
In general, to form the Plural Noun is by adding "s " behind Noun.
- Book = Books
- Apple = Apples
- Window = Windows
Countable and Uncountable Noun
Countable noun is the object that the amount can be calculated with numbers, for example, 1 bag (a bag), 2 pencils (two pencils), 10 tomatoes (tomatoes ten), 5 children (five children), and 1 room (a room).
Being uncountable noun is the number of objects that can not be calculated by numbers, and usually use a particular dosage unit or, for example : Water, sugar, sand, paper, coffee, water, hair, tea, and rice.
Collective Noun is a noun that states collection of objects, such as : Audience, class, committee, couple, crowd, government, group, public, staff, and team.
In a sentence, Collective Noun could as Singular or Plural Noun. Examples : The government is revising the policy. The government is revising the policy is or the government are revising the policy.
Have 4 Point :
- Poper Nouns
- Common Nouns
- Material Nouns
- Collective Nouns
Proper Noun is a noun about a particular name, and begins with a capital letter, such as the person's name, city name, state name, university, building name, store name, company name, and so on.
Examples : Joko, Mufli, John Lennon, Tokyo, Grand Hyatt, White House.
Which is a very common noun, such as : Football (soccer), student (students, pupils), village (village), and so on.
Or a noun material, which is about a noun derived from a natural source or other material, such as gold (gold), silver (silver), plant (plant), iron (iron), and soon.
Collective nouns are names for a collection or a number of people or things. Words like group, herd, and array are collective noun examples.
Here, we’ll take a closer look at collective nouns, and provide even more examples, placing them in context so you can gain a greater understanding of how they work.
Abstract Noun is a noun that does not have a form, can not be seen, touched by human senses, but can only be imagined, in abstract noun consists of nouns that can not be calculated (uncountable noun).
Noun formation (noun) of Verb (verb) There are several formation Noun (noun) derived from Verb (verb) course with the addition of the suffix (suffix) and of course there is also the formation of Noun (noun) of Verb (verb) to change the irregular (Irregular).
- Changes in regular (Regular) Noun formation (noun) of Verb (verb) with Regular changes (regular) usually by adding a suffix (suffix) are-ment, -ion/-tion, -ence/-ance, -action, -ure, -th, -y, -or, -er/-r, -age and -al .
- (tion/ion) to attend – attention, relate – relation
- (ure) to please – pleasure, depart – departure
- (al) to arrive – arrival , try – trial
- (ment) to govern – government , equip – equipment
- (ce,ence) to perform – performance, resist – resistance
- (th) to grow – growth, die – death
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